RATIONALE: Chancellor Castro resigned on February 17, 2022 after extensive criticism emerged regarding his mishandling of sexual harassment, bullying and retaliation complaints while he was president of CSU Fresno. Prior, a 2019 Title IX investigation had found that then-President Castro violated CSU executive order 1096, the CSU “Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking against Employees and Third Parties,” which had established the systemwide procedure for addressing complaints. Subsequent to his resignation, Chancellor Castro was afforded the option to exercise retreat rights to assume the position of a faculty member, was allowed to keep his $7917 monthly housing allowance through August 2022 and was offered a generous financial compensation package including a $400,000 salary and the title of “advisor” to the CSU Board of Trustees for one year. Despite years of complaints about one of his top administrators at CSU Fresno, Frank Lamas, then-President Castro nominated him to be President of CSU San Marcos, repeatedly gave him positive performance evaluations, nominated him for a lifetime achievement award, and afforded him substantial pay increases. The purpose of this resolution is to promote transparency and due diligence in the hiring, transfer, and promotion of top-level administrators, as well as to denounce any actions that reward those found guilty of misconduct, such that individuals in positions of power are satisfactorily vetted and held accountable for their actions (including failures to act).